Young Artist Spotlight

ALLIE REARDON Messenger Staff

Zoey Mullins is a 17-year-old junior attending Meade County High School. For as long as she can remember, she’s been involved with the choir here in the county, and has had a love for music her entire life. Her freshman year, Zoey joined the Soundwaves audition choir, and remained a member in her sophomore year as well. That same year, Zoey joined the debut Rolling Tones choir, and has also continued it this year. On top of continuing her role in the Rolling Tones acapella choir Zoey also joined the Madrigals choir! Not only has Zoey been in multiple after-school choirs, she has also been a part of the Fourth District honors choir since middle school. To top it off, Zoey is also a talented musician, playing piano, ukulele, and both electric and acoustic guitar!


Q: “Where did your love of music begin?”

A: “My love of music had to have started with my mom expressing her love of music and singing to me all throughout my childhood.”

Q: “What’s your dream role?”

A: “My dream role would be Zoe Murphy from Dear Evan Hansen.”

Q: “If you had control, what musical would pick for the choir to do next?”

A: “Definitely, Dear Evan Hansen.”

Q: “If you could re-do a choir performance which would you pick, and why?”

A: “I would re-do my freshmen year’s gospel fest. That performance included one of my first high school solos, and I feel like it finally allowed me to show people my voice and get me out of my comfort zone.”

Q: “What’s your favorite memory with the Choir?”

A: “My favorite memory with the choir would have to be the St. Louis trip.”

Q: “Do you prefer singing while playing your own accompaniment, or singing with someone else doing the accompaniment?”

A: “Honestly I enjoy both, but if I had to choose I would pick singing with someone accompanying me so I could focus more on my voice.”

Q: “What would you like to see happen in the Meade County art scene?”

A: “I would love to see the school show us more support and showcase our talents more.”

Q: “What’s something you love about being a part of the MCHS choir department?”

A: “I love my choir family and getting to spend time doing something I’m passionate about with them.”

Q: “What advice do you have for incoming choir members?”

A: “My advice would be to break out of your shell and soon as possible. Let your voice be heard as much as possible.”

Q: “Who would you like to thank for their support through your artistic career so far?”

A: “My mother.”

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